NORTH LAS VEGAS, Nev. (AP) — City officials in North Las Vegas are considering a pay-to-play proposal for a $120 million regional park due to open later this year at the old Craig Ranch Golf Course.
The Las Vegas Sun reports (http://bit.ly/HYFHMk) the City Council got a list of options this week for paying for upkeep and maintenance at the 150-acre Craig Ranch Regional Park.
Council members appear split on charging a park admission fee.
Councilman Wade Wagner says he wants to save city taxpayers money, and those who use the park should pay for it.
Mayor Shari Buck says she wants more information
Officials say the city might face a $500,000 annual bill.
They’re talking about a $2 skate park entry fee, maybe $5 to park a vehicle, or an hourly rate.
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